Yes, it's become a full-fledged trend.
For those interested in statistics, it's Day 11 of the Michael Dalby/One Southern Indiana stonewall watch.
Dalby, 1SI's president, offered NAC a solitary, sadly disengenuous e-mail on November 19th, and has opted for silence ever since.
For the record, we do not agree that silence is golden. Yellow is another matter entirely, but we'll leave that to our readers to decide. What's keeping the leader of our region's foremost collection of political and economic clout from answering a few questions?
Here is the bibiography to date, from most recent to oldest:
Next: A dialogue about One Southern Indiana, ROCK and economic development as religious (why?) outreach.
Join the discussion: Is a stonewalling 1SI being disingenuous?
Familiar Tribune guest columnists (ahem) expose 1SI, Councilman Cappuccino.
Nobody listened to Eisenhower, either
Why is One Southern Indiana publicly endorsing a fundamentalist right wing agenda?
R.O.C.K. on, One Southern Indiana ... but first, please answer these inconvenient questions.
One Southern Indiana: Much to answer for, and most (perhaps all) of it at taxpayer expense.
Photos: No torture for a downtown bridge.
Not big enough, Mr. Dalby: If only it were Bono, and not merely a spectacularly failed president.